There are reasons why so many golfers like to play golf in South Africa. Where else can you enjoy hot air balloon rides over at Big 5 game reserve, play on a signature golf course, relax in an award-winning spa, and wait for wine tasting? All in 1 day.
There is much to see and do when you like to play golf in South Africa.
Our temperate climate means perfect golf conditions. There are more than 550 golf courses, 36 golf estates and 6 golf resorts in South Africa. Many were designed by the world's top golfers, and many are in breathtaking locations.
One of the best things about golf holidays in South Africa is a wonderful variety of experiences and adventures that can be combined with playing golf.
You'll find several South African golf courses located near our world-renowned wildlife reserves. Here you can take an early morning game drive, go quad biking or a game tracking safari through the bush.
Golf and wildlife combined with meetings and team building in the bush. Many 4- and 5-star lodges offer conference facilities designed to inspire your team to greater achievement.
For those who love good food and wine, there's nothing better than enjoying a game of golf in the heart of the scenic Cape Winelands. Here you can explore the Western Cape's award-winning wine estates. You can cycle through vineyards, experience grape stomping, enjoy wine tasting and even take a leisurely horse-drawn carriage ride. And don't miss out on the cuisine at one of the top restaurants. For those who like art and culture and want to explore city life, Johannesburg, Cape Town, Durban and many of South Africa.
Golf can be combined with activities such as township cycling tours, jazz evenings at township shebeens, to visit Robben Island or exploring South Africa's fascinating political past at the Apartheid Museum. If you are interested in your human ancestry, please visit Cradle of Humankind should not be missed.